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China doesn't yet have much in the way of eco-tourism, and indeed the large-scale domestic tourism market may look anything but sustainable. As awareness develops the younger generation is increasingly concerned with looking after their natural environs. And just because there isn't much specifically directed at eco-tourism in China, this doesn't mean you can't do your bit. Basic environmental measures such as not getting your hotel linen washed every day, recycling, and walking and cycling rather than taking motorized transport all help to minimize your impact, while buying locally produced crafts from the artisans themselves helps to support local economies.

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